After meeting your foodie guide in central Prague, set out on your stroll to discover the city's culinary hotspots. Czech cuisine is one of Europe's heartiest, focusing on filling, rustic fare like red meats, soups and dumplings, so ensure you arrive with a healthy appetite.
Avoid the tourist haunts and explore parts of Prague best known by the locals, discovering tucked-away neighborhoods where the city’s culinary nuggets are found. Hear about Prague’s culture and gastronomic history from your guide and visit delicatessens, pubs and cafes to taste regional staples and the best local seasonal and sustainable fare.
Samples may vary, but treats you might try include artisanal Czech cheeses, speciality charcuterie platters and more. Complement your dishes with some of Prague's liquid delights, such as flavorful craft beers, Czech wines and popular spirits like spicy Berechovka liqueur.
As you taste and relax, meet some of the proprietors and chefs, and chat with them to discover their inspirations and personal takes on Czech food.
After four hours, end your tour when your guide says goodbye in central Prague. Then, armed with your newfound insights, perhaps use your stay in the city to revisit some eateries or scout out other haunts.